Home > Law (Page 39)

Queens College Deaths: Civil Society Coalition Makes Shocking Revelations, Writes Senate Committee

By CHARLES UGOCHUKWU CHARLES An assemblage of six non-governmental and civil society organisations, the Coalition of Civil Societies on Human Rights and Anti-Corruption in Nigeria has written to the Senate Committee on Basic and Secondary Education probing the recent deaths at one of the Federal Government’s Unity School, Queens College Lagos.   The group,

Read More

Stakeholders Harp on Need for Concerted Efforts against Female Harassment, Human Trafficking

By JAMES EZEMA Amidst blames and counter blames over teething issues of domestic violence, female harassment, and human trafficking, stakeholders were unanimous on Tuesday that overcoming the menace required every member of the society playing his or her role to increase awareness against the vices. This was the resolution at the opening

Read More

Sudan worries Over US 3-Month Delay in Sanctions Decision

-Anietie Udobit,Agency reports   The Trump administration’s deferral by three months of a decision on lifting sanctions against Sudan has causes worries in Khartoum, where the ICC-indicted Islamist president has suspended talks with Washington and his foreign minister is blaming U.S.-based advocacy groups for the setback. Two weeks before he left office, President

Read More

House Of Reps endorses religious studies As Independent Subject

-Anietie Udobit,NASS Abuja   Members of the House of Representatives have on Tuesday’s plenary condemned Federal government’s policy which put Christian Religious Knowledge, CRK under Civic Education and made same compulsory in Secondary School curriculum. This followed a motion filed by Hon. Beni Lar, Plateau state, titled “Call to make Civic Education an

Read More